People played less Mobile Games in 2017, but spent more, study reveals

People played less Mobile Games in 2017, but spent more, study reveals

A survey by Flurry, the market analysis institute, found that people played fewer mobile games in 2017. In contrast, they spent more. There was a decrease of 16% in the use of games, compared to the year 2016.

However, spending on mobile games has increased. There was a 53% increase in the comparison between 2016 and 2017. Although the amount of people playing has decreased, the amount of money spent has increased, especially among new players.

People played less Mobile Games in 2017, but spent more, study reveals

In addition, the average daily gaming time per game increased. An increase of 6 minutes and 22 seconds in 2016 to 7 minutes and 6 seconds in 2017. According to the study, the “average American” spends 33 minutes a day in games mobile

Flurry tracks more than a million applications on 2.6 billion devices worldwide, and application usage is defined as a user who opens an application and writes a session.

Source: Flurry and Flurry

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